Engaging families

Engaging families

Engaging families

Aunque a menudo los responsables de la formulación de políticas pasan por alto los enfoques intergeneracionales de alfabetización y aprendizaje, éstos poseen un enorme potencial en una amplia gama de agendas y, en particular, para las familias des

Souvent négligées par les concepteurs de politiques, les approches intergénérationnelles de l'alphabétisation et de l'apprentissage renferment pourtant un immense potentiel exploitable dans nombre de programmes et tout particulièrement dan

Although they are often overlooked by policymakers, intergenerational approaches to literacy and learning have huge potential across a range of agendas and particularly for disadvantaged and vulnerable families.

Review of international experience and best practice in family literacy

Mauritania’s “National Programme for Development of the Education Sector” (PNDSE 2011-2020) gives particular attention to basic education. This addresses Mauritania’s challenges, with among the lowest rates in primary school enrolment and adult literacy in the Middle East and North Africa region, as well as significant gender disparities in education, to the disadvantage of girls’ access. Evidence shows that illiteracy and low educational achievement are being passed from one generation to the next.

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  • UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning

L'Institut de l'UNESCO pour l'apprentissage tout au long de la vie (UIL) encourage depuis longtemps l'apprentissage familial comme passerelle entre les apprentissages formels,

The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) has long promoted family learning as a bridge between formal, non-formal and informal learning to effectively engage

Desde hace mucho tiempo el Instituto de la UNESCO para el Aprendizaje a lo Largo de Toda la Vida (UIL) viene promoviendo el aprendizaje familiar como un puente entre el aprendizaje formal, no